Reuters is out with the latest comments from the Bank of Japan (BOJ) Governor Kuroda, as he speaks on the economy in Tokyo.
Overall 2020 outlook seems to be relatively bright.
Positive signs are seen for the global economy.
Kuroda’s comments fail to nudge the Yen markets, as USD/JPY continues to traverse around the 108.70 level, awaiting fresh direction from the FOMC rate decision. Also, in focus remains the US CPI data and trade developments.
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